Edward Ortega of Ortega Berry Farms was recently selected by the Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau as the 2019 Farmer of the Year.
The Supply Chain Risk Management Solution utilizes new technology to advance food safety in several ways.
Water legislation recently introduced in the U.S. Senate recognizes the continued crisis facing water reliability in the West, according to the California Farm Bureau Federation (CFBF).
Hosted by Congressman Jimmy Panetta and joined by Congressman Doug LaMalfa, the trio fielded questions from farmers, farmworkers and other agriculture industry personnel from across the Central Coast to discuss policies and federal programs in hopes of improving and investing in agriculture innovation.
In a barn tucked away in a corner of the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, volunteers from the Agricultural History Project are hard at work restoring a piece of the past.
Doron Comerchero, founder and executive director of Food What?!, will be the featured speaker at the 2019 National Agriculture Day Spring Luncheon on March 13.
Conference to feature wide range of women-focused events, feature female panelists and keynote speakers.
Focus on Agriculture will soon be two years old.
Cabrillo College has announced the launch of a new Associate of Science degree in Sustainable Agriculture Technology.
$4,000 award is for a student entering or currently attending college and majoring in agriculture.